I’m trying hard to put a good spin on the situation, but so far I’ve had no luck.
Dirt is gold. At least it is right now in the racing industry.
As the season gets underway in earnest, it’s difficult to imagine we’ve spent a year under the confines of COVID-19.
With another racing season shifting into high gear, it’s time to pull the old crystal ball — we fondly refer to it as Wilbur — out of closet, dust it off and see what it has to say about the season ahead.
It was impossible not to smile. A blue-collar Oklahoma kid named Christopher Bell had nosed his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota into the lead with just over a lap remaining in the second NASCAR Cup Series race of the season, on the Daytona Int’l Speedway road course, and you could almost hear the whooping and hollering in living rooms across America.
We took our “SPEED SPORT LIVE From” show to Bike Week in mid-March and having been in Daytona Beach for Speedweeks three weeks earlier, it was interesting to see the difference between the two major Florida events.
The past year has presented challenges never foreseen regarding the business plans of most entities with many operations coming to a standstill.
The big freeze is in and that has prevented Red Bull and sister team AlphaTauri from possibly pulling out of Formula One.
Sleep is something we all know we need in proper doses but that relatively few are disciplined enough to demand for ourselves.
Josh Berry is one of the nicest and most genuine people in the sport of auto racing.
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